Paid $11.00 for two countries but can't use them due to 32gb update ahead in the patch queue.That will require a $50 data (40gb) recharge plus fuel enough for the generator to download,copy and install said patch.Cider while watching download.
To play a game I paid $100 for.
In recent weeks we've seen a few questions regarding the downloading of game updates, DLC and the like, and the increased size of the game. Here's a brief note on why this happens, even when you don't own the DLC.
DiRT Rally 2.0 is a game where special Events are running every day, like your Daily Challenges.
Some of these Events allow you to play with DLC locations despite not owning said DLC content.
In Multiplayer Lobbies, players without DLC content can still use them if the host owns relevant DLC items, ensuring that the playerbase isn't segmented.
Outside of this, all content is downloaded to ensure players can immediately play with any extra content they buy, instead of waiting for a separate download.
Because of all the above, all players are required to have the entire game's content installed.
At launch this was around 50 GB, but as the game has grown over time it is now close to 100 GB. The Store Page has now been updated to reflect this.
Hopefully this clarifies things a little better for you all now; thank you for continuing to drive with us.
Why did I buy a disc then,Only to have to download a locked completed game.With data costs and dlc this game is over $300. @#&! That.
The disc is more than just proof you own the game.
I downloaded this and gave it a try over the weekend. Looked good but I just could not come to grips with the handling. Deleted it after a couple hours of trying and failing to figure it out. I'm guessing this plays better on a steering wheel rather than an XBox controller.
Super Deluxe includes everything except for a couple of "early unlock" type DLCs that allow you to buy certain cars (already in the base game) with money instead of in-game credits. So yes, it gets you all cars and tracks.Does the SUPER DIGITAL DELUXE VERSION inludes all DLCs or are there still cars or tracks to buy seperately ingame as DLCs in the PS Store?
I would be glad if someone could answer this question as the store infos don't clarify this exactly because there is a passus that ingame purchases are possible. The Upgrade Boosters etc. i don't need, it's only about Cars and Tracks.
Thank you very much for your answer. So i can think about purchasing it today.Super Deluxe includes everything except for a couple of "early unlock" type DLCs that allow you to buy certain cars (already in the base game) with money instead of in-game credits. So yes, it gets you all cars and tracks.